5/18/2014 8:36 P.M. ET
Hamels secures 100th win with standout start
By Todd Zolecki / MLB.com
PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels picked up his 100th win Saturday in impressive fashion.
He allowed three hits, one run and struck out 10 in seven innings in a 12-1 victory over the Reds.
Elias Sports Bureau said Hamels is the fifth pitcher since 1900 to record 10 or more strikeouts and allow three or fewer hits in a century-mark win (100th, 200th, 300th, etc.). The first four also accomplished the feat with their 100th win: Dean Chance (June 1968), Don Sutton (September 1972), Chuck Finley (May 1995) and Justin Verlander (August 2011).
Revere covers up in clubhouse due to illness
PHILADELPHIA -- Ben Revere wore a red ski mask over his head and face inside the Phillies' clubhouse Sunday morning at Citizens Bank Park.
He had not been at the ballpark since Thursday because of a nasty stomach virus. Revere improved enough to return Sunday, but felt he should stay covered to keep his teammates safe.
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said Revere was available to play against the Reds in the series finale, but John Mayberry Jr. started in center field for the second time in three games. Tony Gwynn Jr. started in center on Saturday.
"He's over the hump with that as far as being sick," Sandberg said of Revere. "I anticipate him ready to go on Tuesday [in Miami]."
But if Revere finds himself in the starting lineup, where will he hit? The Phillies have had some success with Jimmy Rollins hitting leadoff and Carlos Ruiz and Wil Nieves hitting second the past three games while he has been out.
Todd Zolecki is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.